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2013 Legislative Session Summary
July 12, 2013
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*Revenue funds new and reappropriated construction projects.
Bills with a fiscal impact
Updates the SBE framework to be used by OSPI to identify persistently lowest-achieving schoolsto conform to revised federal rules and guidance, to be applied equally to both Title I and non-Title I schools.
Permits state as well as federal funds to be used for school improvement in a Required Action District (RAD).
Replaces a requirement that a RAD use one of four federal intervention models with a requirement for use of a school improvement model approved by OSPI.
Authorizes SBE to designate a RAD that has implemented a required action plan for at least three years and has not made adequate progress to a new Level II RAD process.
Directs that OSPI work with the school board to develop a Level II Planthat includesspecified interventions and conditions binding on the district.
Part III – Student Discipline
Part IV – Educator Support Program